posted on Dec, 6 2006 @ 12:29 PM
There are lots of movies that come out of india that can be raunchier than expected, however, the mainstream movies are still pretty tame. I've
noticed that what would be a kissing scene in the US is a weird 'necking' scene in bollywood movies.
Whenever a big actress has a scene that involves kissing, it becomes something of a controversy.
The person suing is a lawyer, and he is charging that the movie is obscene. Obscene is a subjective term.
Lets keep in mind that this is a country where women who wear pants
can still get weird looks.
Kissing is number 1 way of expressing love for someone. I do not see why it is considered so obscene.
The new generation is very different but the 'oldies' still follow the old indian tradition
This is how it is pretty much anywhere. The older generation is shocked at the younger generation. In India, its over kissing scenes. IN the US, we
have britney spears spread eagle without panties. People in other parts of the world probably feel more justified when they look at the west, and see
how 'debauched' it is, and want to prevent things from moving in that direction in their country.
The people in the film are pretending
to be in love, and they are taking whats normally considered an intimate and emotional act, going through
the physical motions, and showing pictures of it to lots of people.
What a lousy actress!
Who cares what her acting abilities are.
Wow the person who complained needs to get laid
Indeed. And the ironic thing is that, when people do surveys in situations like this, they find that the men want their wives to be complete virgins,
BUT that large numbers of the men use prostitutes to satisfy themselves. So there's a demand for public prudishness, and in private, people just
want to rut around in the mud.